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The Italian funding agency PRIN will fund projects by Lucia Corno, Alexia Delfino and Stefano Fiorin on restrictive gender norms. They will conduct research on misperceptions surrounding FGC, menstruation taboos and breastfeeding policies! Congratulations to our affiliates!
BOCCONI'S LABORATORY FOR EFFECTIVE ANTI POVERTY POLICIES PROVIDES RIGOROUS EMPIRICAL EVIDENCE ON THE FUNCTIONING OF EXPERIMENTAL EDUCATIONAL INITIATIVES, WHICH COULD BE REPLICATED ON A LARGE SCALE TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF EDUCATION
6 GIUGNO 2023
Via Gobbi 5
Please note that registration to this event is mandatory.
You may register at the following link: https://eventi.unibocconi.it/form.php?pt=2
Thank you Hanna Moreno for her interesting presentation: "The effect of forced displacement on long term educational outcomes: evidence from Uganda" at today's LEAP Coffee!
The paper The macroeconomics of pandemics around the world: Lives versus livelihoods revisited by our affiliate Selene Ghisolfi and co-authors has been published in the Journal of Development Economics.
LEAP PhD Student Raphaelle Aulagnon reports on the recent LEAP seminar with Abhijeet Singh
Here is a list of the upcoming seminars co-organized by LEAP and Università Cattolica di Milano.
The seminars will take place on the campus of Università Cattolica di Milano.
The Italian Development Economist Association (IDEAS), the Department of Economics of Verona and the Centre for Development Economics and Sustainability of Monash University organize the 2023 (12th) edition of the Summer School in Development Economics.
Here you may find the complete schedule of the upcoming LEAP seminars and the links for the ZOOM Meetings stream to follow them.
We are pleased to announce the second edition of the Workshop on Networks and Development, that will be held in Naples (Italy) from the 29th (noon) to the 31st (noon) of May 2023. The workshop aims at bringing together researchers working on themes related to networks and development economics to present their work. Topics include (but are not limited to): peer-effects, insurance networks, firms' networks, information, family networks.
Both theoretical and empirical papers are welcome.